Top Clinician Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Clinician. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Clinician resumes they appeared on. For example, 22.9% of Clinician resumes contained Group Therapy Sessions as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Clinician actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Clinician resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Group Therapy Sessions

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Here's how Group Therapy Sessions is used in Clinician jobs:
  • Deliver outpatient assessment and focused individual and group therapy sessions to adult sex offenders who are under parole or probation supervision.
  • Conducted individual and group therapy sessions, coordinated/consulted with treatment team, collaborated with community agencies, and supervised clinic staff.
  • Developed proficiency in utilizing experiential techniques to evoke affect and empathy within individual, family, and group therapy sessions.
  • Conducted individual, family, and group therapy sessions using cognitive and dialectical behavioral therapy as well as motivational interviewing.
  • Documented progress notes for each client's participation in group therapy sessions and individual/family meetings.
  • Conduct individual, family and group therapy sessions for children that are severely emotionally disturbed.
  • Co-facilitated group therapy sessions that focused on self-esteem building, self-expression, and conflict resolution.
  • Conducted mental assessment and weekly group therapy sessions, including weekly individual therapy sessions.
  • Facilitated individual and group therapy sessions for the adult general mental health population.
  • Conducted group therapy sessions focused on improving social skills and increasing community engagement.
  • Facilitate individual and group therapy sessions within a Student Therapeutic Support Program.
  • Conduct weekly individual and group therapy sessions with adults with co-occurring disorders.
  • Conduct group therapy sessions in crisis stabilization units and residential programs.
  • Organize and execute group therapy sessions with other graduate student co-facilitators.
  • Facilitated weekly and biweekly individual and group therapy sessions per week.
  • Facilitated weekly group therapy sessions focusing on psycho-education and treatment compliance.
  • Facilitate individual and group therapy sessions; conduct community education sessions,
  • Provide individual psychotherapy sessions and facilitate weekly group therapy sessions.
  • Facilitated person- centered individual and group therapy sessions.
  • Co-facilitated group therapy sessions with licensed staff.

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2. Treatment Plans

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Here's how Treatment Plans is used in Clinician jobs:
  • Worked collaboratively with a team of varied clinicians to create person- centered treatment plans using cognitive behavioral and motivational interviewing techniques.
  • Develop treatment plans & provide psychotherapy to persons experiencing a variety of psychological, emotional and social difficulties.
  • Provided individual counseling to clients throughout the school week and developed treatment plans utilizing behavior modification principles.
  • Provided comprehensive evaluations, treatment plans and clinical treatment of primarily CSSD-referred children, adolescents and families.
  • Develop Individualized Treatment Plans and complete clinical assessments and diagnosis in an accurate and comprehensive manner.
  • Developed individualized treatment plans for students semi-annually and monitored the progress of student treatment plans monthly.
  • Formulate psycho-socials, administer assessments, and develop treatment plans to effectively provide therapeutic services.
  • Conducted intakes, developed service and individualized treatment plans, and completed discharge paperwork.
  • Prepare diagnostic evaluations, treatment plans, and case presentations for multidisciplinary conferences.
  • Formulated individual treatment plans and performed initial assessments for clients and discharge planning.
  • Provided comprehensive bio-psycho-social evaluations and formulated treatment plans for individuals with dual diagnoses.
  • Record significant interactions and behavioral data to complete paperwork and develop treatment plans.
  • Developed strength based treatment plans and initiated change during effective family meetings.
  • Created comprehensive treatment plans and recorded clinical progress in electronic client records.
  • Communicate assessment updates as needed using company-standardized treatment plans and weekly supervisor meetings
  • Developed treatment plans for clients through participation in data gathering and observations.
  • Participated in the development of multidisciplinary treatment plans for behavioral health patients.
  • Conducted mental health assessments and created collaborative, client-centered treatment plans.
  • Conduct assessments and develop treatment plans in conjunction with clinical supervisor.
  • Formulate individualized treatment plans/reviews and goals in collaboration with clients.

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3. Crisis Intervention

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Here's how Crisis Intervention is used in Clinician jobs:
  • Provide case consultations, weekly one-to-one counseling and/or crisis intervention for children, and bi-weekly family counseling for each family represented.
  • Provided crisis intervention for all consumers and develop programs tailored to their specific needs for a successful transition to independent living.
  • Provide weekly one-to-one counseling and crisis intervention as needed as well as facilitate weekly psycho-educational and therapeutic group therapy sessions.
  • Provided immediate crisis intervention, assessment of stability and need for hospitalization, or follow up intensive therapeutic services.
  • Conducted treatment planning, crisis intervention and stabilization, mental health education, and linkage to necessary community resources.
  • Provided crisis intervention services, screened and coordinated evaluations for hospitalizations and other services within continuum of care.
  • Participated and Trained new clinicians, clinical interns and co-taught new psychiatric residents on crisis intervention and diversion.
  • Provided crisis intervention, stabilization, parent support and psycho-education services to children and their care providers.
  • Utilized solution focused treatment goals to mark success and develop crisis intervention plans catered to individual needs.
  • Provide crisis intervention services including crisis case management and short-term crisis counseling as follow-up from initial evaluation.
  • Provided crisis intervention, individual, family and group counseling in addition to case management/case coordination services.
  • Ensured that policies/procedures regarding behavior management and crisis intervention; adhered to all regulatory agency guidelines.
  • Provide crisis interventions through brief individual and family therapy to address emergent conditions and associated triggers.
  • Qualified Mental Health Professional Responsibilities: Counseling- Intensive In-Home, Crisis Stabilization, and Crisis Intervention.
  • Participated in crisis intervention through community outreach programs and maintained family contact at in-home settings.
  • Utilize knowledge of crisis intervention and suicide/homicide/violence assessment, and appropriate therapeutic levels of care.
  • Performed individual and group counseling, case management and crisis intervention with incarcerated youth.
  • Provided mental health interventions, client advocacy, crisis intervention, and abuse assessment/reporting.
  • Provided telephone screening and crisis intervention for individuals who contacted the crisis center.
  • Provide crisis intervention and safety planning to adolescents and their families as necessary.

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4. Mental Health Services

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Here's how Mental Health Services is used in Clinician jobs:
  • Participate in weekly multidisciplinary meetings, which include discussion of discharge planning for minor and recommendations for additional mental health services.
  • Participated biweekly team meeting to improve agency ability to provide clients and community members with appropriate mental health services.
  • Provided crisis intervention/emergency mental health services to the center clients; provided individual, family, group psychotherapy.
  • Linked clients in suicidal/homicidal crisis situations with appropriate mental health services, up to and including psychiatric hospitalization.
  • Provide mental health services (psychotherapy) and related therapies to eligible children/adolescents/families in an outpatient clinic setting.
  • Provide comprehensive mental health services to individuals utilizing Respite/Community Crisis Stabilization (CCS) Program.
  • Provided training and consultation to medical professionals regarding mental health services and civil commitment process.
  • Provide therapeutic interventions for at-risk adolescents and their families receiving Department of Mental Health services.
  • Provided mental health services to juveniles adjudicated to the Kentucky Department of Juvenile Justice.
  • Provide specialized rehabilitative forensic mental health services to various challenging, criminal-justice involved populations.
  • Completed initial triage screening to determine appropriateness of prospective clients seeking mental health services.
  • Provided in-home mental health services to severely emotionally impaired children and their families.
  • Determined eligibility for community mental health services for Monroe county residents.
  • Conducted assessments to determine eligibility for FSP mental health services.
  • Conducted clinical assessments for adults receiving mental health services.
  • Facilitate referrals for regional rural mental health services.
  • Provide emergency/crisis mental health services as needed.
  • Conduct screenings to assess risk factors and determine level of care to make appropriate referral for clients seeking mental health services.
  • Provided and independently conducted comprehensive mental health services to children, adolescents, and families in the home and community settings.
  • Provide face to face psychotherapy and Outpatient Mental Health Services to Individuals and Families in a clinical office and home setting.

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5. Intake Assessments

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Here's how Intake Assessments is used in Clinician jobs:
  • Complete weekly intake assessments of clients, including diagnosis and collaborative creation with each family of a strengths-based individualized service plan.
  • Provide comprehensive intake assessments for adults presenting with substance use and/or mental health issues including utilization of appropriate screening tools.
  • Facilitate substance abuse/mental health groups, individual and family therapy, intake assessments, coordinate care with other providers regarding clients
  • Conducted psychotherapy, specifically empirically-supported, evidence-based treatments, as well as intake assessments and other psychological assessments.
  • Conducted intake assessments, psychological evaluations and evidence-based psychotherapy to various populations, including acute and sub-acute.
  • Perform comprehensive intake assessments that result in diagnoses and recommendations for appropriate psychiatric and substance abuse treatment.
  • Conducted intake assessments, provided individual and family therapy, facilitated groups, and provided discharge planning.
  • Provide therapeutic services including individual, family, and group therapy, intake assessments and complete documentations.
  • Administered intake assessments for caseload -Planned goal orientated therapy sessions for parent, family and adolescent.
  • Conducted bilingual (Spanish/English) child/adolescent/adult intake assessments to determine medical necessity and appropriate treatment planning.
  • Conducted intake assessments and provided treatment planning and individual and group therapy in a community clinic.
  • Conducted intake assessments for potential clients of the agency including diagnosing and referring to appropriate providers.
  • Conducted initial intake assessments, individual therapy, and facilitate co-occurring substance abuse disorder groups.
  • Conducted comprehensive intake assessments to determine service eligibility for clients with severe persistent mental illness.
  • Developed individual treatment plans and conducted comprehensive intake assessments to determine the course of treatment.
  • Facilitate initial intake assessments utilizing the Addiction Severity Index assessment tool for appropriate treatment placement.
  • Conducted intake assessments with clients' caregivers and appropriate providers to determine needs and eligibility.
  • Performed intake assessments and provided therapeutic services to children and adolescents with severe emotional disturbance.
  • Conduct psychological intake assessments; write clinical reports; provide individual counseling to children.
  • Conducted intake assessments and interviews with female inmates in residential work release transitional program.

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6. Substance Abuse

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Here's how Substance Abuse is used in Clinician jobs:
  • Referred clients to community based therapists, psychological consultations and or substance abuse assessment as required to meet goals previously established.
  • Presented assessments to multidisciplinary teams to develop and implement treatment plans, including referrals to psychiatric and substance abuse programs.
  • Created and maintained cooperative working relationships with department of human resources/services, substance abuse programs, parole and probation services.
  • Facilitate intensive home-based multidimensional family therapy for adolescents and their families with substance abuse, criminal justice and behavioral issues.
  • Performed psychological assessments and provided individual and group therapy for inpatient substance abuse patients and chronically mentally ill males.
  • Group based substance abuse/chemical dependency and mental health treatment at the intensive outpatient and partial hospitalization level of care.
  • Facilitated psycho-educational groups and individual therapy for both mental illness and substance abuse treatments with very successful outcomes.
  • Provided comprehensive assessments for assigned individuals with particular reference to substance abuse issues, including writing comprehensive reports.
  • Presented psychiatric and substance abuse assessments to insurance providers to obtain authorization for levels of care.
  • Provide treatment in residential setting for individuals with severe mental illness and co-occurring substance abuse.
  • Provided individual and group counseling to individuals that presented with a primary substance abuse/dependence diagnosis.
  • Provided drug education for low risk alcohol/substance abuse offenders using Prime for Life certification course.
  • Provide psycho-therapeutic and expressive-arts groups to adults with mental illness and substance abuse disorders.
  • Conduct objective assessments of individuals experiencing symptoms of mental health and substance abuse disorders.
  • Coordinated and supervised Certified Offender Mentor Program for In-Prison Substance Abuse Treatment.
  • Coordinated with community agencies and mental health/substance abuse units for service referrals.
  • Facilitated and monitored a twenty-week curriculum-based mental health/ substance abuse education program.
  • Assess substance abuse and determine need criteria for inpatient/medical admission for detox.
  • Assess substance abuse and determine need/criteria for inpatient/medical admission to address detox.
  • Coordinated and provided community-based substance abuse prevention counseling and education to teenagers.

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7. Clinical Supervision

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Here's how Clinical Supervision is used in Clinician jobs:
  • Developed MA-level intern program and provide clinical supervision to selected intern and supervised BA-level Therapeutic Training & Support personnel.
  • Provided clinical supervision and leadership to Day Treatment Staff including reviewing and countersigning all client documentation.
  • Provide weekly individual and bi-weekly group Clinical Supervision answering procedural questions and offering potential intervention ideas.
  • Provided weekly clinical supervision for bachelor and master level interns co-facilitating group therapy and individual sessions.
  • Provide clinical supervision to team, support personnel, volunteers and undergraduate/graduate students assigned for internships.
  • Deliver clinical supervision to social workers in process of earning independent State of Maryland Clinical License.
  • Managed and provided clinical supervision for five Mental Health Rehabilitation Specialists and four therapists in training.
  • Participated in PH-ACT referral and participant selection process, weekly clinical supervision and team meetings.
  • Provided clinical supervision of undergraduate and graduate Speech Pathology students from Ball State University.
  • Provided clinical supervision to clinicians in other Catholic Charities programs on an as-needed basis.
  • Provided clinical supervision, staff development and cross training of Wellspring departmental personnel.
  • Participated in regular clinical supervision, staffing, in-service training and professional development.
  • Provide clinical supervision for therapeutic staff and supervised licensing requirements for foster homes.
  • Performed daily language and hearing screenings under clinical supervision; made proper recommendations.
  • Participated in weekly clinical supervision utilizing methods of trauma focused cognitive behavioral therapy.
  • Participated in supervision with MST organization and clinical supervision with team members.
  • Provided clinical consultation for educational and clinical supervision of social work interns.
  • Provided clinical supervision and training to Day Treatment Clinicians on interdisciplinary team.
  • Provided clinical supervision and training under direct supervision of the Clinical Director.
  • Provided clinical supervision for Bachelor level interns in Social Work programs.

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8. Community Resources

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Here's how Community Resources is used in Clinician jobs:
  • Communicated with public social and welfare agencies to obtain and provide information -Evaluated/addressed individual client needs therapeutically and advised on community resources
  • Work with appropriate agencies to facilitate discharge or transfer to appropriate community resources including petitioning for involuntary assessment and treatment.
  • Conducted treatment planning with clients, facilitated liaisons with psychiatric and community resources, and provided assessment/evaluation with feedback.
  • Collaborate with community resources including DCF, outpatient providers and schools to provide effective interventions and ensure quality services.
  • Demonstrated knowledge and ability in providing comprehensive services, such as entitlements, advocacy and referrals to community resources.
  • Conduct diagnostic assessments, make referrals for recommended services as well as provide information on additional community resources.
  • Promote individual autonomy and self-advocacy by providing information about community resources appropriate for clients while providing emotional support.
  • Linked individuals with appropriate community resources including inpatient/outpatient therapy, housing, case management, and support groups.
  • Provided information on community resources for mental health, intellectual and other developmental disabilities and substance use/addiction.
  • Research and utilize community resources to improve patients likelihood of maintaining or attaining their personal goals.
  • Prevent institutionalized placements by providing in home/community resources for youth and family before seeking institutionalized placements.
  • Educated clients and community members about abuse, neglect and dependency and available community resources.
  • Assessed appropriateness of placement, family readiness and community resources to make placement successful.
  • Model includes close coordination with interdisciplinary team, outside health-care providers and community resources.
  • Provided case management services, including identifying and linking clients to community resources.
  • Research available community resources and coached clients on contacting and utilizing resources.
  • Coordinated and implemented discharge planning, utilizing both hospital and community resources.
  • Identified and developed strong relationships with local community resources to increase referrals.
  • Provide ongoing clinical assessment to determine appropriate interventions and maximize community resources.
  • Identified community resources and development of supports for youth and parent/guardian/caregiver.

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9. Safety Plans

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Here's how Safety Plans is used in Clinician jobs:
  • Implemented crisis stabilization safety plans; developed treatment plans, provided outreach, individual and family intensive brief therapy.
  • Complete suicide/homicide assessments and develop working safety plans in addition to providing/modeling crisis intervention services.
  • Create personalized treatment plans, safety plans, and comprehensive psychological assessments.
  • Conducted risk assessments and developed/updated safety plans when clinically indicated.
  • Develop safety plans, and provide referrals to community-based supports.
  • Provided crisis assessment and developed safety plans as needed.
  • Performed crisis intervention and signed safety plans.
  • Develop risk-specific reactive and proactive safety plans.
  • Developed strength-based treatment and safety plans.
  • Facilitated safety plans as needed.
  • Developed and implemented safety plans.
  • Collaborate with families and school personnel in the development and implementation of behavior modification, treatment, crisis and safety plans.
  • Develop safety plans to ensure safety of child and family, coordinate support services for families to ensure continuity of care.
  • Create safety plans for parents and their children to help ensure the child's safety if they are staying home.
  • Provided family sessions when necessary as part of the discharge plan and completed Safety Plans as part of the Reunification.
  • Develop client tailored treatment and safety plans for family and team to utilizing cohesively throughout client s progress and stabilization.
  • Create safety plans with minors and families in collaboration with natural supports, treatment providers, and school staff.
  • Collaborate with clients to create safety plans that can be utilized to help clients return to their communities post-crisis.
  • Completed intake assessments, needs and strengths inventories, safety plans, co-occurring substance abuse assessments and treatment plans.
  • Develop treatment plans, crisis safety plans, risk assessments, and other necessary documents needed for treatment.

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10. Trauma

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Here's how Trauma is used in Clinician jobs:
  • Aided Monmouth County Mental Health Association in developing a multidisciplinary traumatic loss coalition to address losses in the community involving adolescents.
  • Provided in-home family therapy and therapeutic interventions including, individual, parent/child, trauma-focused, family systems, and solution-focused treatment.
  • Provided outpatient community-based mental health counseling to individuals of all ages, groups, families and couples utilizing trauma-focused interventions.
  • Provided trauma-focused treatment and behavioral support and intervention to children and teenage boys sentenced to treatment for sexually harmful behavior.
  • Implemented evidenced based and trauma informed treatments to help children and families manage problem behaviors and support their social/emotional growth.
  • Developed lessons and co-facilitated a weekly women's group adhering to an evidenced-based trauma empowerment model for survivors of abuse.
  • Provide therapeutic and case management services to multiply traumatized adolescents, including crisis intervention, accessing resources and meticulous record-keeping.
  • Provide in-home and community based therapy for children and families utilizing a solution-focused, trauma- informed, and strength-based approach.
  • Provided school-based, trauma-informed individual and family therapy in a fast-paced environment at urban middle school with a diverse population.
  • Provided group psychotherapy to promote stabilization and effective coping strategies as well as individual psychotherapy for trauma/critical need patients.
  • Provide training to new interdisciplinary staff regarding program policies, regulations, and documentation, and trauma-systems informed framework.
  • Specialized in trauma focused services, conduct disorder/anti-social traits, borderline traits, behavior modification and rehabilitation.
  • Developed and implemented comprehensive treatment plans utilizing evidence based therapies such as trauma-focused cognitive behavior therapy.
  • Initiated and Facilitate Trauma Informed Service Committee working towards provide Trauma Sensitive Services and Agency Policies.
  • Specialized in treating traumatized sexually abused children and one adult with history of ritualistic sexual abuse.
  • Participated in community workshop focused on Trauma -Informed Care and Crisis Intervention training for law enforcement.
  • Executed a curriculum based on emotionally connecting with critically traumatized at-risk youth through group therapy.
  • Provided individual trauma-informed therapy, family therapy, collateral support and linkage to community resources.
  • Facilitate therapeutic groups under the Cognitive Behavior Therapy, and Male Trauma Recovery Empowerment models.
  • Specialized in trauma based therapy utilizing cognitive based therapy, arts and mindfulness therapy.

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11. Anger Management

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Here's how Anger Management is used in Clinician jobs:
  • Provided individual/pair therapy along with specific therapeutic focus groups, i.e., anger management, entering the workforce and conflict resolution.
  • Specialized in trauma focused services, conduct disorder/anti-social traits, borderline traits, anger management, and providing education/prevention/treatment addiction services.
  • Provided supplemental therapy services to men engaged in court mandated anger management and parenting classes through the Malachi Project initiative.
  • Conducted behavioral and process oriented groups to address specific treatment areas of Chemical Dependency, Anger Management and Violence.
  • Develop individualized treatment plans that promote positive development, healthy and effective coping skills, and anger management techniques.
  • Administered various psychological tests/scales to assess readiness for group therapy in both domestic abuse and anger management.
  • Provided anger management education for mandated clients and also created curriculum and conducted substance abuse education groups.
  • Facilitated daily therapeutic groups targeting relationship issues, cutting, anger management and trauma.
  • Facilitate group therapy for anger management, bipolar support and adolescent eating disorders.
  • Facilitate an Anger Management Group Provide reunification therapy to adolescents and their families.
  • Performed individual academic and family counseling and conducted boy's anger management groups.
  • Provided anger management group therapy for individuals with MR/DD and serious mental illness
  • Facilitate student focus groups-anger management, peer relations and conflict resolution.
  • Facilitate anger management and substance abuse groups for adults and adolescents.
  • Utilized anger management strategies with clients and provided suicide intervention/safety planning.
  • Anger management, drug/alcohol abuse issues and behavior modifications.
  • Facilitated Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Anger Management group sessions.
  • Provided individual and group educational therapy on anger management.
  • Developed a curriculum for an adolescent anger management group.
  • Developed and co-facilitated anger management/relaxation group for boys.

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12. Staff Members

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Here's how Staff Members is used in Clinician jobs:
  • Provide education to staff members on diversity and cultural sensitivity practices on a yearly basis.
  • Participated in staff meetings and collaborated with staff members on treatment planning and case management
  • Provide consultation for staff members as well as community facilities regarding crisis situations.
  • Supervised various staff members and delegated assignments during shift.
  • Collaborated with other staff members to perform clinical assessments.
  • Assisted these staff members in diagnosing family dynamics and in following through with treatment planning in order to stabilize families.
  • Develop and present health and wellness information to youth programs and staff members resulting in injury prevention and rehabilitation.
  • Helped with clinical duties and worked together with other staff members and students to maintain the clinic physique.
  • Served as technical expert to the office supervisor, staff members, court officials and community partners.
  • Trained new staff members as to procedures, policies, documentation, billing, and daily routines.
  • Scanned insurance and ID cards into the system and advised appropriate staff members of client's arrival.
  • Created an ABA training tool to aide staff members in the authorization process specific to ABA services.
  • Collaborate with school staff members and attend PPT meetings weekly to provide appropriate accommodations for clients.
  • Oversee a team of six staff members, including hiring decisions and formal performance evaluations.
  • Develop relationships of trust and respect with all staff members wit whom she/he interacts.
  • Researched and trained staff members on laws affecting Drug Court participants and treatment programs.
  • Provided orientation and training to other staff members, student interns, and volunteers.
  • Maintain effective rapport with Doctors, patients, parents, and staff members.
  • Developed treatment, services, and discharge plans with staff members and psychiatrists.
  • Coordinate client care with other staff members and community agencies as appropriate.

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13. Clinical Staff

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Here's how Clinical Staff is used in Clinician jobs:
  • Co-facilitated intensive adolescent groups, interviewed clients for services, met with clients individually, attended supervision meetings with clinical staff.
  • Conduct and maintains clinical supervision and training of behavioral health professional, behavioral health technician and paraprofessional clinical staff.
  • Participate in clinical staff development, supervision and performance improvement activities as a member of an interdisciplinary team.
  • Participate in weekly meetings with clinical staff team and provided consultation on cases for clinical conceptualization.
  • Developed team meetings and provided clinical supervision and leadership for clinical staff and case managers.
  • Coordinated completion/ review of all required documentation with licensed clinical staff.
  • Participated and facilitated coordination of care through clinical staff meetings.
  • Provided oversight of clinical department and supervision of clinical staff.
  • Train clinical staff related to clinical expectations and residential program.
  • Coordinated admission with clinical staff and insurance companies.
  • Facilitated several educational intakes for clinical staff.
  • Facilitate weekly clinical staffing meetings.
  • Attended clinical staff meetings to report, update, and gather new information for the treatment planning of assigned patients.
  • Facilitated clinical staff meetings and coordination of care with case manager, psychologists, and others of the clinical team.
  • Coordinated care by working closely with clinical staff, caseworkers, foster parents, mental health, and court systems.
  • Provide behavioral/mental health consultation, including the development of Mental Health and Health Education materials to the clinical staff.
  • Hired, supervised and wrote annual reviews for interdisciplinary clinical staff, including interns and fee for service.
  • Supervised case managers, which included weekly supervision meetings and running daily morning meetings for all clinical staff.
  • Coordinated regular clinical staff meetings as well as supervised interns and trainees individually and in small group supervision.
  • Directed site operations, clinical staff, interns, and patient services for reentry substance abuse treatment program.

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14. Appropriate Referrals

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Here's how Appropriate Referrals is used in Clinician jobs:
  • Provided appropriate referrals for outpatient individual and group psychotherapy, chemical dependency treatment, and a variety of social services resources.
  • Determine appropriate referrals for specialized evaluations and treatment - psychiatric evaluation, medication evaluation, substance abuse assessment and treatment.
  • Complete accurate and clinically competent assessments to determine appropriate referrals both into the LifeWays network and the community.
  • Conducted intake assessments and determined individual s eligibility for clinic services and provided appropriate referrals when necessary.
  • Conduct intake assessments for individuals and couples combined with appropriate referrals for group therapy or medication evaluations.
  • Worked with patients and collateral providers to thoroughly gather all pertinent information to make appropriate referrals.
  • Assessed walk-in/crisis patients for appropriate referrals within the agency or transferal to community resource providers.
  • Performed patient assessments; diagnosed patients according to traditional Chinese medicine; made appropriate referrals.
  • Make appropriate referrals to community and other governmental agencies for services and coordinate services.
  • Collaborate with other community base organization and provide appropriate referrals to clients/families.
  • Work with family advocates researching community resources, and making appropriate referrals.
  • Appropriate referrals to involuntary or voluntary psychiatric units, as well as detox
  • Administered needs assessment, identified clinically appropriate referrals, service linkage.
  • Make appropriate referrals for individuals seeking treatment for substance dependence.
  • Provided appropriate referrals when needed and completed discharge paperwork.
  • Conducted intake assessments, diagnosis and facilitated appropriate referrals.
  • Conducted diagnostic assessments and provided appropriate referrals to services.
  • Facilitated appropriate referrals for clients to other agencies.
  • Conducted intake assessments and make appropriate referrals.
  • Make appropriate referrals to community partners.

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15. Medication Management

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Here's how Medication Management is used in Clinician jobs:
  • Facilitated after care plans for all patients with appropriate community outreach/resources, medication management, therapeutic appointments, and dietetic sessions.
  • Work closely with psychiatrists for medication management, psychologists for testing, and school personnel to assess and augment academic/social functioning.
  • Collaborate with an interdisciplinary team to assist clients with obtaining medical services, substance abuse treatment, and medication management.
  • Performed assessments, diagnosed, ordered and interpreted diagnostic tests, performed medication management, and provided patient/family education.
  • Provided outpatient individual and family therapy to youth receiving youth case management, in-home services, and medication management.
  • Provided education and counseling in consumer life skills, medication management, community facilitation, and consumer employment.
  • Provided psycho-education sessions and supportive therapy related to diagnosis, medication management, treatment planning and discharge planning.
  • Assisted on-site psychiatrist in addressing symptoms and behaviors related to medication management with children and their families.
  • Worked closely with the Medical Director through medication management checkups and weekly rounds presentations.
  • Attend psychiatric evaluation and medication management appointments with psychiatrist for clients on caseload.
  • Initiated and implemented medication management group to increase client's medication awareness.
  • Assisted with case management linkage, medication management, special education linkage.
  • Evaluate effective symptom management and control through comfort measures and medication management.
  • Coordinate meetings with medical doctor regarding prescribing regimes and medication management.
  • Assisted with medication education, illness education, and medication management.
  • Collaborate with medical personnel to assist clients with medication management.
  • Monitored medication management as part of treatment plan.
  • Provide counseling, advocacy, and medication management.
  • Assist in coordination of psychiatric consultation and medication management
  • Worked closely with psychiatrists regarding treatment/medication management.

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16. DBT

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Here's how DBT is used in Clinician jobs:
  • 49855Provided case management to severely mentally ill and developmentally disabled adults, facilitated co-occurring group therapy, participated with DBT team.
  • Facilitated the male adolescent residential program with the integration of DBT into everyday treatment, including incentive-repair based system.
  • Guide clients in effective therapeutic exercises integrated from Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT).
  • Utilized mindfulness-based DBT (Dialectical behavioral therapy) to increase distress tolerance and emotional regulation.
  • Developed a Dialectical Behavioral Therapy group curriculum and led DBT group therapy with adolescents.
  • Completed online DBT training certification.
  • Reference and use various therapy techniques, including family systems, cognitive behavioral therapy, solution focused, and DBT techniques.
  • Utilized CBT, REBT, DBT, Choice Theory, Motivational Interviewing, EMDR, and BowenFamily Systems in counseling sessions.
  • Utilize MET (Motivational Enhancement Therapy), cognitive behavioral, DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy) and supportive therapies.
  • Completed DBT Intensive Training 2001 and ongoing education in the model through the certified Center for DBT Services, Kalamazoo.
  • Perform individual counseling with a heavy emphasis on DBT, CBT, Harm Reduction, ACT and Existential counseling theory.
  • Conduct individual and family therapy sessions, utilizing therapeutic modes including CBT, DBT, play therapy and sand tray.
  • Provide effective group and individual psychotherapy by using DSM IV/V as well as evidence-based practices such as CBT and DBT.
  • Implemented various therapies including DBT, CBT, SFBT, exposure therapy, play therapy, and other expressive therapies.
  • Conduct groups such as Open Process, DBT groups, co-occurring and psycho-education for both adults and adolescent patients.
  • Provide individual counseling to children, adolescents, and adults, with focus on CBT and DBT treatment modules.
  • Co-facilitated therapy groups including: social skills, expressive therapy, CBT/DBT, health and wellness and stress management.
  • Specialized in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) and facilitated skills training classes for over ten years.
  • Lead the (DBT) Dialectical Behavioral Therapy Group for mainly individuals diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder.
  • Provide individual, couple, and family therapy using CBT, DBT, and Family Therapy emphasis.

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17. Service Plans

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Here's how Service Plans is used in Clinician jobs:
  • Maintained close and cooperative relationships with community agencies and other public agencies in carrying out treatment/service plans.
  • Develop, facilitate and review individualized service plans for mentally ill and substance abusing population.
  • Formulated discharge/termination of service plans and provided support for individuals returning to their communities.
  • Developed service objectives and comprehensive service plans for families, juveniles and individuals.
  • Developed collaborative individual service plans focused on individual clients preferred goals for treatment.
  • Prepare goal-oriented psycho-social diagnostic assessments, individual service plans and clinical reports.
  • Administered developmental assessments, created treatment profiles and developed family service plans.
  • Participate in interdisciplinary treatment planning and develops and updates client service plans
  • Developed comprehensive service plans, including measurable treatment goals and objectives.
  • Processed progress notes, individual service plans and other required documentation.
  • Completed intakes, developed Individual Service Plans and documented sessions.
  • Developed and implement individual service plans at initiation of services.
  • Help develop individualized service plans: goals/objectives.
  • Developed individual service plans and necessary reports.
  • Collaborated with teachers developing comprehensive service plans.
  • Prepared/edited written service plans, incorporating input from clients and involved service providers to identify needs, strategies, and objectives.
  • Developed and implemented Individual Service Plans with a treatment team approach to input and working with the children and their families.
  • Conduct comprehensive diagnostic assessments and document all client information including: service plans, treatment documents, and progress notes.
  • Develop behavioral health service plans which reflects the child's needs and relevant services for most attainable quality of life.
  • Coordinate the development of individualized service plans, treatment objectives, and counseling techniques for providing effective services to clients.

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18. Appropriate Level

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Here's how Appropriate Level is used in Clinician jobs:
  • Facilitated initial assessment process and made recommendations for appropriate level of care to adults in an outpatient substance abuse setting.
  • Provide immediate telephone assistance including clinical assessments to determine and implement appropriate level of care and service to all callers.
  • Monitored service delivery to individuals to ensure appropriate level of service given need as defined by Environmental Matrix score.
  • Conducted initial clinical assessments and determined appropriate level of care for patients with psychiatric and eating disorders.
  • Provided crisis intervention services to Consumers demonstrating symptoms of mental illness and determine appropriate level of care.
  • Completed psychiatric assessments on patients presenting to assigned emergency department and determined appropriate level of care.
  • Determined clinically appropriate levels of care and treatment, authorized services, and documented determinations.
  • Determine appropriate level of care, and communicate with admitting physicians and community service providers.
  • Conducted evaluation in order to provide a verified recommendation for an appropriate level of treatment.
  • Pinpointed accessible and appropriate levels-of-care, and compatible behavioral providers by considering participant goals.
  • Conduct psychiatric emergency evaluations for all populations to determine appropriate level of care needed.
  • Reviewed clinical documentation to determine appropriate level of care and intensity of requested services.
  • Collaborated with emergency room doctors and psychiatrists to determine appropriate level of patient care.
  • Provide clinical recommendation for appropriate level of care based on completed assessment of patient.
  • Utilized clinical assessment skills to determine appropriate level of care and obtained insurance authorization.
  • Collaborate with emergency room doctors to determine appropriate level of care for clients assessed
  • Conducted initial intake assessments with individuals to determine appropriate level of care i.e.
  • Established working relationships with external providers and authorized appropriate level of care services.
  • Assessed for appropriate level of care and arranged for voluntary and involuntary hospitalization.
  • Performed initial patient evaluations to determine appropriate level of substance abuse treatment.

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19. DCF

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Here's how DCF is used in Clinician jobs:
  • Integrated interview data, collateral records and psychological assessment information into comprehensive reports for the courts or overseeing DCF office.
  • Conducted formal assessments of short- and long-term clients including making recommendations regarding placement options for DCF-involved clients.
  • Conduct in-home functional behavioral assessments and develop an individualized behavior plan for referred clients from DCF.
  • Provide in-home therapeutic services to DCF referred emotionally disturbed adolescents and teens.
  • Testified in APS/DCF court hearings concerning findings of completed capacity evaluations.
  • Required to complete all legal documentation and any necessary DCFS paperwork.
  • Complete multidisciplinary assessments referred by DCFS.
  • Collaborated with community providers and DCF.
  • Provide ongoing collateral contact with family members, school personnel, and outside agencies (DCF, DYS, etc.)
  • Coordinated care of clients with families, DCF workers and the courts to help ensure the best treatment of each youth.
  • Work with other agencies on behalf of patients to coordinate case management services such as with DCF, Probation/Courts and DSS.
  • Coordinate care between residential facility, family, community organizations, DCF, Family Networks, attorneys, and schools.
  • Collaborate with parents, social workers, psychiatrists, DCFS workers, other clinicians, youth specialist teachers and staff.
  • Interacted, arranged and coordinated with DCF, Juvenile Court and other corresponding agencies to provide collaborative, comprehensive treatment.
  • Facilitated treatment planning conferences and completed quarterly treatment planning reports, in compliance with DCFS and Community Care Licensing guidelines.
  • Collaborated with school personnel, DCF, pediatricians, and other professionals in order to develop comprehensive treatment plans.
  • Collaborate and work as liaison with other agencies and external providers (DCF, juvenile probation, etc).
  • Collaborated with co laterals such as school, DCF, and other mental health providers to promote family stabilization.
  • Organized, structured, and attended child and family team meetings, various DCFS meetings, and team consultations.
  • Initiated assessment and transportation services to runaways and lock-outs to either DCFS locations and/or worked to reunite families.

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20. Crisis Management

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Here's how Crisis Management is used in Clinician jobs:
  • Developed safety/crisis management plans to aid clients in maintaining personal safety and safety of those around them.
  • Provided individual therapy, crisis management, and facilitated DBT and Relapse Prevention based therapy groups.
  • Performed psychiatric evaluations, provided crisis management, treatment and developed treatment/discharge plans.
  • Provide individual and family counseling, case management and 24-hour crisis management.
  • Provide crisis management to patients of medical providers during routine office visits.
  • Provided therapeutic interventions comprised of counseling, assessment, and crisis management.
  • Provided crisis management and stabilization services for individuals experiencing acute crisis situations.
  • Provided telephone and in-community crisis management/triage to provide possible alternatives to hospitalization.
  • Provide solution focused crisis management services and provide referrals for therapeutic services.
  • Executed crisis management intervention techniques both physically and verbally as necessary.
  • Facilitated suicide assessments as well as high levels clinical crisis management.
  • Implemented crisis management for patients entering the hospital under duress.
  • Provided crisis management and brief intervention for stabilization of symptoms.
  • Executed crisis management intervention techniques including physical deescalation as necessary.
  • Conducted suicide/homicide risk assessments with clients and coordinated crisis management.
  • Provided assessment of risk and individual therapy for crisis management.
  • Trained in and experienced in therapeutic crisis management techniques.
  • Provided individual therapy and crisis management to clients.
  • Facilitated groups, provided therapy and crisis management.
  • Performed crisis management techniques when indicated.

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21. Domestic Violence

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Here's how Domestic Violence is used in Clinician jobs:
  • Manage and facilitate court-ordered programs for domestic violence offenders, parenting, dual-diagnosis recovery, trauma recovery and substance abuse treatment.
  • Participated in gathering information regarding alleged domestic violence and child abuse incidents to compile reports for the Naval Command Review Commission.
  • Direct treatment with Domestic Violence and Sex Offender populations and victims of trauma/abuse, with heavy emphasis on relapse/recidivism prevention.
  • Screen for intimate partner and domestic violence including and sexual assault and provide resources and prophylactic antibiotics if indicated.
  • Completed assessments for intake, court ordered substance abuse treatment, domestic violence and social responsibility treatment recommendations.
  • Conducted assessment on problem areas including domestic violence, sexual and physical abuse, emotional and behavioral problems.
  • Conducted advocacy and facilitated client participation at community events related to domestic violence and sexual assault prevention.
  • Facilitated weekly domestic violence support groups and offered individual therapy services including aftercare to all women residents.
  • Provided therapeutic counseling and domestic violence education to clients suffering from domestic abuse and mental illness.
  • Provided effective intensive clinical and case management in-home services for families of domestic violence.
  • Facilitate weekly group counseling sessions with court-ordered male and female perpetrators of domestic violence.
  • Deliver clinical services to individuals impacted by domestic violence at a homeless shelter.
  • Facilitated psycho-educational groups related to domestic violence, abuse cycles, etc.
  • Facilitated weekly domestic violence support groups and participated in weekly case conference.
  • Co-facilitated treatment group for military members identified as aggressors of domestic violence.
  • Provided individual counseling within the school to children exposed to domestic violence
  • Provided initial screenings related to suspected child abuse or domestic violence.
  • Designed domestic violence support group curriculum for victims and offenders.
  • Provided psychotherapy and concrete services to victims of domestic violence.
  • Certified domestic violence counselor, utilizing state mandated training.

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22. Adhd

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Here's how Adhd is used in Clinician jobs:
  • Conducted, interpreted, write-up and wrote integrated comprehensive psycho- diagnostic evaluations for ADHD, learning disability, and psychological problems.
  • Provided 1:1 tutoring and behavioral interventions to children and adolescents with developmental disabilities, ADHD, and/or Learning Disorders
  • Conducted individual psychotherapy with adolescents suffering from ADHD, conduct disorder, and parent/child relational problems.
  • Developed and co-facilitated ADHD and Child bereavement groups.
  • Experience working with children and adolescents with anxiety, depression, anger and behavioral concerns, ADHD, and adjustment disorders.
  • Completed batteries of psychological testing to assess for brain injuries including concussions, dementia, Alzheimer's, and ADHD.
  • Facilitate individual/ group therapy for 5-10 assigned students diagnose with problematic behaviors such as ADHD, ODD, or IED.
  • Developed and facilitated a psycho- educational group for parents whose children had ADHD and a sexual abuse survivor group.
  • Experienced with major disorders including Bipolar, Depression, Anxiety, ADHD, Personality Disorders, addictive behavior.
  • Worked one-on-one with K-12 students with various spectrum learning disorders such as autism, ADHD, and dyslexia.
  • Worked with children with ODD, Autism, ADHD, Bipolar, and Major Depression etc.
  • Developed and co-facilitated successful Child Bereavement groups and social skills groups for children who have ADHD.
  • Provided mental health counseling within specialty areas (i.e., bi-polar, schizophrenia, ADHD).
  • Provide students diagnosed with ADHD, ADD, ODD and Autism with academic and disciplinary services.
  • Started teen mood management group and facilitated discussion group for parents of children with ADHD.
  • Learned strategies for working with children with ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, and Dyslexia.
  • Tutored dyslexic and ADHD secondary school students in spelling, reading comprehension and mathematics.
  • Instructed students with dyslexia, autism, and ADHD to improve:.
  • Assessed for Learning Disorders, ADHD, and cognitive processing disorders.
  • Attended state and national conferences for substance abuse and ADHD.

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23. Social Workers

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Here's how Social Workers is used in Clinician jobs:
  • Collaborate with treatment team of clinical social workers, licensed professional counselors, psychiatrists and psychologists to develop individualized treatment plans.
  • Collaborated with physicians, nurses, social workers, rehabilitation therapists and psychiatrists on an interdisciplinary care team.
  • Facilitate educational opportunities with new clinicians and less experienced social workers for mobile crisis within the agency.
  • Worked collaboratively with treatment of clinical social workers and psychiatrists to develop individualized treatment plans.
  • Served as training reinforcement specialist by providing a structured training/evaluation experience for new social workers.
  • Collaborate with an interdisciplinary team including psychiatrists, psychologists, counselors, and social workers.
  • Facilitated patient-psychiatrist and patient-nurse communication and assisted on-site social workers in community resource liaison.
  • Work collaboratively with other treatment professionals including doctors, social workers and teachers.
  • Provided psychological consultation to medical providers, social workers, educators and technicians.
  • Position also included mentoring social workers in the permanency process.
  • Assist clinical conditional social workers with exam preparation.
  • Supervised office staff and additional social workers.
  • Collaborate and consult with outside team members such as social workers, intensive care coordinators, lawyers, and educational advocates.
  • Work closely with nursing staff, program directors, social workers and psychiatrists to transition care to the appropriate program.
  • Coordinated counseling efforts with mental health professionals or other health professionals such as doctors, nurses, or social workers.
  • Coordinated with physical therapists, social workers, psychologists and educators regarding testing, scheduling and goals of the students.
  • Participate in meetings between parents, faculty, psychiatrists, and social workers to develop individualized academic plans for students.
  • Directed and coordinated treatment plan implementation by treatment team consisting of social workers, case managers and family members.
  • Acted as a liaison between school administration, students, parents, counselors, social workers and community services.
  • Maintained communication with social workers, psychiatrists, and other professional's part of the client's treatment process.

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24. Insurance Companies

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Here's how Insurance Companies is used in Clinician jobs:
  • Complete necessary clinical documentation for a variety of insurance companies including commercial entities as well as Medicaid and Medicare.
  • Complete prior-authorization screenings with community mental health and insurance companies for patients admitted to the inpatient behavioral health unit.
  • Formulated positive relationships with managed care and insurance companies while presenting clinical formulations for multiple levels of care.
  • Present clinical data gathered to accepting physicians, other treating facilities and to insurance companies for authorization.
  • Collaborate with providers to collect collateral information as well as obtain authorizations from insurance companies.
  • Present patient's clinical presentation to insurance companies and obtain authorization for treatment.
  • Work with insurance companies for initial authorizations and clinical review of admitted patients.
  • Completed all required documentation in timely manner; obtain authorization through insurance companies.
  • Communicate information to insurance companies for their approval to create justification for treatment.
  • Completed all documentation required by the agency and agency licensees and insurance companies.
  • Lead psycho-educational groups for intensive outpatient population, utilization reviews with insurance companies.
  • Provide clinical information to insurance companies to obtain authorization for inpatient treatment.
  • Coordinate with insurance companies to obtain authorization for psychiatric services as needed.
  • Completed mental health evaluations for insurance companies and secured treatment authorizations.
  • Advocated treatment needs to insurance companies and administered case management services.
  • Worked closely with insurance companies and obtained initial treatment authorizations.
  • Have contact with insurance companies to obtain authorizations and registrations.
  • Completed clinical reviews for authorization of services with insurance companies.
  • Worked with insurance companies provide appropriate documentation to meet regulations.
  • Interacted with various insurance companies for progress review and re-authorization.

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25. Risk Assessments

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Here's how Risk Assessments is used in Clinician jobs:
  • Conduct forensic assessments, psychological evaluations, risk assessments, parenting assessments, and court-ordered forensic evaluations of incarcerated clients.
  • Processed diagnostic intake interviews, diagnostic assessments, risk assessments, co-occurring substance abuse/mental health assessments, and family assessments.
  • Conduct clinical evaluations and risk assessments-Serve as liaison in the emergency department-Collaborate with community providers on behalf of patients
  • Conduct thorough suicide/violence risk assessments within the Emergency Department to assess patient's safety and appropriate aftercare service.
  • Perform crisis intervention therapy and risk assessments to stabilize individuals in their natural environment.
  • Completed risk assessments on all callers and offered appropriate community and inpatient referrals.
  • Performed chronic opiate risk assessments for Veterans potentially requiring long-term opiate management.
  • Completed intake and risk assessments together with administrative on-call duties as required.
  • Completed suicide and homicide risk assessments, arranged for psychiatric hospitalization.
  • Utilized critical thinking skills for quick decision-making during risk assessments.
  • Conducted suicide risk assessments, individual and group psychotherapy sessions.
  • Conduct initial risk assessments determining youths mental status upon intake.
  • Conduct comprehensive mental health evaluations and sex offender risk assessments.
  • Conduct risk assessments when necessary and make appropriate interventions.
  • Performed clinical risk assessments and screening for identified students.
  • Performed risk assessments and participated in state-granted provider supervision
  • Conducted crisis interventions and risk assessments.
  • Provided risk assessments, evaluations, mental health treatment, behavior disorders treatment and many other therapies to diverse military population.
  • Provide immediate comprehensive mental health diagnostic assessments, suicide risk assessments, and crisis intervention plans to adult and adolescent clients.
  • Conduct evaluations of client functioning and risk assessments for those clients admitted to facilities over the weekend via Skype or telephone.

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26. IEP

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Here's how IEP is used in Clinician jobs:
  • Coordinated IEP processes by writing social/emotional and behavioral goals, completing quarterly progress reports and participating in annual reviews.
  • Monitored and documented clients' daily psycho-social behavior and progress to evaluate IEP effectiveness.
  • Develop behavioral IEP goals and objectives for emotionally disturbed and autistic students.
  • Assisted in creating goals and objectives for Individual Educational Plans (IEP) and made recommendations for social and emotional growth.
  • Developed clinical treatment plans, conducted individual/group therapy sessions, and developed social emotional goals as per the student IEP.
  • Assisted in writing behavior plans, amending IEP's, exploring alternative educational options, and performing suicide risk assessments.
  • Participate in Treatment Conferences, Medication Reviews, IEP meetings, Foster Care Reviews, and Program Team Meetings.
  • Implemented goals, objectives, and behavior plans based on the child's Individualized Education Plan (IEP).
  • Provide direct clinical services to clientele at a school based program including General Ed and students with an IEP.
  • Attend other appointments when necessary such as Doctors (Physicals), Psychological/Psychiatric appointments, and IEP meetings.
  • Assist families with attendance during Individual Education Plans (IEP) meetings as advocate in the school system.
  • Participate in school-based meetings for clients, including IEP meetings, 504 Plans, MET meetings, etc.
  • Supported IEP goals and worked closely with teachers, school social workers and administration to meet student needs.
  • Worked with school staff and IEP team as needed and provided classroom support for children in ED classrooms.
  • Participated in Special Services and IEP parent meetings providing updates on progress, strengths, needs, etc.
  • Write diagnostic assessments, quarterly reports, case notes, and IEP goals and objectives to standard.
  • Communicated with the school and participated in IEP meetings to better meet the needs of the individual.
  • Attended, participated in, and often led treatment reviews, IEP's, and psychiatric consultations.
  • Collaborate with the IEP team to implement goals and plans for the current and the following school year
  • Set goals, identified strategies and monitored progress for students with IEP's, and 504 plans.

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27. Probation Officers

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Here's how Probation Officers is used in Clinician jobs:
  • Coordinate closely with Adult Probation Officers, Child Protective Services, Division of Developmental Disabilities, and Provider Network Organizations.
  • Collaborated successfully with psychiatric nurse practitioner, probation officers, public defenders, child welfare workers and placement workers.
  • Focus on providing top-quality care by establishing open communication with probation officers, case managers and other referral sources.
  • Collaborated and coordinated with other related service providers and professionals, such as social workers and probation officers.
  • Collaborated with facilitators, parent partners, extended bio-family members, probation officers and social workers.
  • Communicated with outside agency representatives such as probation officers, school personnel and on-site physician.
  • Communicated with Social Workers, Probation officers and Wrap Around Services including written documentation.
  • Communicated weekly with caseworkers, probation officers, and family members giving progress updates.
  • Maintained communication with Probation Officers and case managers on a consistent basis.
  • Maintained constant communication and coordination with parole and probation officers.
  • Maintain communication with probation officers.
  • Interacted with juvenile probation officers.
  • Participated in interdisciplinary treatment planning, including psychiatrists, case managers, social workers, school officials, and probation officers.
  • Served as a consultant to administration, probation officers, court personnel, education department, attorneys, and institution professionals.
  • Collaborated with Therapist Assistance, Probation officers, Adolescent lawyers, Department of Children and Family, Psychiatrist, and school.
  • Collaborate with families, probation officers, physicians and other agencies in order to exchange necessary information during the treatment process.
  • Work collaboratively with other stakeholders such as FAPT team members, School Officials, Social Workers, Probation Officers, etc.
  • Communicated with families, probation officers, police, or other interested parties to exchange necessary information during the treatment process.
  • Consulted with clients' psychiatrists, DCF workers, probation officers, primary care doctors, case managers and family partners.
  • Partnered with probation officers, case workers and courts to order increase pro-social behavior which then would decrease anti-social tendencies.

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28. Relapse Prevention

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Here's how Relapse Prevention is used in Clinician jobs:
  • Provided sex-offender treatment and relapse prevention to sexual reactive youth while being supervised by a Certified Sex-Offender Treatment Provider.
  • Provided intensive outpatient program treatment, individual, family and group therapy, relapse prevention and psycho-educational services.
  • Provide counseling with focus on Motivational Interviewing, Mindfulness Based Relapse Prevention and Cognitive Behavioral therapy.
  • Utilized the models of Motivational Interviewing, Harm Reduction, Relapse Prevention and Multidimensional Family Therapy.
  • Facilitated group psychotherapy including Early Addiction Recovery, Relapse Prevention and Chronic Pain Management groups.
  • Co-led and independently facilitated DUI groups focus on psycho-education and relapse prevention.
  • Develop client-centered, individualized relapse prevention plans encouraging harm reduction and pro-socialization.
  • Facilitated weekly groups in Tobacco Education, Overdose Prevention, and Relapse Prevention
  • Conducted individual and group therapy focusing on addiction treatment and relapse prevention.
  • Facilitated weekly Relapse Prevention Meetings for participants with a forensic background.
  • Conducted group education and therapy sessions, including relapse prevention.
  • Facilitate education and relapse prevention groups and monitor treatment progress.
  • Co-facilitated relapse prevention, bereavement, and motivational enhancement groups.
  • Provide substance abuse counseling Develop treatment plans Facilitate relapse prevention groups
  • Help residents identify goals and objectives related to relapse prevention as well as identify relapse warning signs and relapse prevention strategies.
  • Facilitated group therapy to adults with substance abuse issues, including Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), and Relapse Prevention.
  • Run weekly recovery groups on co-occurring disorders, relapse prevention, anger-management, Thinking For a Change, and team building.
  • Trained in Motivational Interviewing, 12-step, Relapse Prevention, Control Mastery, Cognitive Processing Therapy, and Emotional Regulation.
  • Created groups focused on relapse prevention, managing relationships while newly sober, and integrating outpatient treatment with social support.
  • Designed and/or facilitated multiple groups including Drug Court's Relationships in Recovery, Adolescent Relapse Prevention, and Parenting Group.

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29. Patient Care

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Here's how Patient Care is used in Clinician jobs:
  • Organized and prioritized complex clinical information in the service of enhancing patient care for an annualized caseload of approximately 450 patients.
  • Gather information necessary to obtain insurance authorization and to guide care at facility, or make appropriate outpatient care referrals.
  • Monitored at-risk population within the milieu of inpatient care providing supportive therapy and establishing ongoing mood and behavioral stability - PRN
  • Provided leadership and effectively planned and implemented strategies resulting in delivery of quality patient care and successful business operations.
  • Ensured that student interns understood and followed established policies, procedures and guidelines regarding patient care and performance expectations
  • Perform utilization management and monitoring activities of mental health and substance use services provided in outpatient care setting.
  • Coordinated patient care for multiple specialty services including cardiology, surgery, oncology and internal medicine serves.
  • Facilitate the flow of information to promote effective communication regarding the patient care and patient operations.
  • Review treatment plan goals and participate in the development/implementation of patient care through agency protocols.
  • Monitored interns during general patient care, including chiropractic adjustments.
  • Performed direct patient care for transplant and intermediate/progressive care unit.
  • Provide telephonic assessments and refer patients to appropriate outpatient care.
  • Assess, coordinate, and implement patient care plans to foster mental stability in the community through the least restrictive alternative.
  • Provided direct patient care to a diverse age population of adult medical patients with varying medical diagnoses and severity of illness.
  • Report to and work with psychiatrist on call related to an individual's acuity for admission to psychiatric acute Inpatient care.
  • Work in collaboration with entire patient care team to establish goals, care plan, and produce positive patient outcomes.
  • Coordinate with community facilities to determine best practices for clients that do not meet criteria for inpatient care.
  • Maintain state and agency wide compliance guidelines for patient care, documentation, and frequency of services.
  • Investigated and rectified formal complaints by Managed Care Companies and/or members regarding patient care and billing issues.
  • Refer clients for specialized treatment, inpatient care, support groups, and financial and social services.

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30. Dual Diagnosis

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Here's how Dual Diagnosis is used in Clinician jobs:
  • Incorporated Motivational Interviewing and Interdisciplinary Dual Diagnosis Treatment techniques to determine Stage of Change and effective interventions for successful recovery efforts.
  • Facilitated psycho-educational/therapy groups for psychiatric, dual diagnosis and substance abuse clients using Cognitive Behavior Theory approach and psychoanalysis.
  • Developed and implemented Dual Diagnosis Program for Huron House Residential Facility based on Motivational Interventions, social learning perspective.
  • Provided evidence-based, trauma-informed care to adults with dual diagnosis including substance abuse and mental illness.
  • Provide adolescents and adults with individual therapy group and family counseling for dual diagnosis population.
  • Provided intensive outpatient counseling to children and adults with mental illness, including dual diagnosis
  • Provided individual therapy for outpatient dual diagnosis clients.
  • Counseled adults with dual diagnosis and development disabilities.
  • Facilitated dual diagnosis groups focusing on addiction, mental health, and other aspects of a person's overall well being.
  • Licensed Social Worker providing clinical crisis assessments, crisis intervention services, and dual diagnosis treatment to clients in Franklin County.
  • Conducted comprehensive clinical assessments to determine treatment needs for clinical populations including mental health, substance abuse, and dual diagnosis.
  • Provided psychological assessment, treatment and case management for multicultural families, couples and individuals, some with dual diagnosis.
  • Developed behavior support plans for clients experiencing dual diagnosis (developmental disorders and mental illness) in a residential setting.
  • Provide assessment and treatment services to high risk adult disability groups including mental health, dual diagnosis and substance abuse.
  • Provide individual, group and family counseling services, to include integrated treatment of dual diagnosis clients and their families.
  • Coordinated and provided direct mental health services to adults and paroles with dual diagnosis of mental illness and substance abuse.
  • Provided individual, couples, group, and family therapy to the SPMI, Dual Diagnosis, and community population.
  • Provide therapeutic services to children and adolescents enrolled in the residential program for Juvenile sex offenders and dual diagnosis program.
  • Provide direct services including individual and group therapy to adults with mental health, substance abuse or dual diagnosis issues.
  • Facilitate Integrated Dual Diagnosis Treatment group to teach recovery skills for those with both mental health and substance abuse diagnoses.

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31. Ptsd

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Here's how Ptsd is used in Clinician jobs:
  • Provided evidenced based practices specifically in the areas of trauma and PTSD using Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Trauma Systems Therapy.
  • Provide individual cognitive-behavioral psychotherapy to individuals with anxiety disorders; primarily PTSD, and their family members.
  • Utilized Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to assist clients with histories of trauma and/or PTSD.
  • Conducted Cognitive Restructuring for PTSD, individual therapy.
  • Implemented use of new assessments to enhance care and diagnostics, such as PTSD assessment, malingering assessment and the SOCRATES.
  • Provide evidence based specialized treatment for individuals who have trauma histories using short term, non-exposure based CR for PTSD treatment.
  • Provide therapy for children who were physically and sexually abused and either diagnosed with or showed signs of PTSD.
  • Work closely with Veterans to identify PTSD and other issues related to deployment and other adjustment issues.
  • Provide Psychotherapy using CBT, and MRT therapy to address trauma, PTSD, to outpatient adults.
  • Volunteered to assist recent US veterans upon their return from Iraq and Afghanistan with symptoms of PTSD.
  • Worked extensively with individuals recovering from autism, ADHD, panic/anxiety disorder, PTSD, and schizophrenia.
  • Trained in Prolonged Exposure adult trauma treatment for PTSD and Trauma Focused CBT for children.
  • Experience with a variety of diagnosis including Schizophrenia, PTSD, Trauma and addictions.
  • Provided treatment for an array of diagnoses including depression, anxiety, and PTSD.
  • Worked with diverse diagnoses including ADHD, PTSD, Conduct and Mood Disorders.
  • Specialize in eating disorders, mood disorders, grief, loss and PTSD.
  • Provided one-on-one post-conference care with a focus on PTSD and grief and loss.
  • Utilized EMDR therapy, trauma therapy, education and counseling for PTSD.
  • Served as MDD / BPAD / PTSD support group facilitator.
  • Utilized CBT and EMDR to treat depression and PTSD.

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32. Counsel

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Here's how Counsel is used in Clinician jobs:
  • Performed Reintegration Counseling, Group Therapy, and Case Management for clients seeking to successfully transition into their communities after incarceration.
  • Provided direct clinical supervision to Clinician II's seeking a license as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker or Licensed Professional Counselor.
  • Conducted clinical assessments and walk-in crisis counseling for adult consumers, making referrals to appropriate clinical or community services.
  • Carried out counseling sessions for the various clients * Utilized various Behavioral modification techniques in carrying out professional responsibilities.
  • Performed telephone crisis counseling and collected, analyzed and documented information related to the crisis gathered from multiple sources.
  • Facilitate psycho educational group counseling at Provider Network Organization clinics for the co-occurring and seriously mentally ill population.
  • Staff Psychologist and Psychotherapist with responsibilities for conducting psychological assessments, psychotherapy and counseling of crisis patients.
  • Conduct individual counseling sessions with identified residents typically suffering from depression, anxiety, dementia and delusions.
  • Contracted with private agency to provide psychotherapy and group counseling to individuals identified as positive for HIV/AIDS.
  • Performed duties of admission counselor including assessments, obtaining initial authorizations for treatment, and treatment planning
  • Provided individual counseling and discharge planning to facilitate clients' self-awareness concerning substance dependence and abuse.
  • Provided mental health counseling/psychotherapy for psychiatric disorders, groups also included parenting and anger groups.
  • Provided assessments and psychological counseling for low-income outpatients with personality disorders and severe clinical conditions.
  • Provided individual counseling to clients using Cognitive Therapy, Psychoanalytic and Gestalt Therapy approach.
  • Provide counseling education, treatment planning and case management to individuals and family members.
  • Provide individual and/or family counseling to children/adolescents and their families within an outpatient setting.
  • Provided intensive individual/group/family counseling services to juveniles with complex issues in DJJ facilities.
  • Utilized effective communication skills to counsel individuals and families to resolve behavioral problems.
  • Participated and conducted weekly individual and/or family counseling sessions to support parent/child relationship.
  • Conducted weekly individualized school-based counseling for twelve elementary and middle school students.

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33. Law Enforcement

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Here's how Law Enforcement is used in Clinician jobs:
  • Coordinated with law enforcement and other county service providers to effectively respond and divert any future emergency crisis from occurring.
  • Worked closely with magistrate and law enforcement to ensure appropriate disposition of patients requiring involuntary commitment.
  • Provided training to local law enforcement personnel on current Emergency Custody Orders/Temporary Detention Orders protocol.
  • Collaborated with law enforcement, medical and emergency services to address suicide and homicide prevention.
  • Introduce information to law enforcement and courts to assist in prosecution of alleged perpetrators.
  • Assisted families and law enforcement officials with involuntary mental health proceedings.
  • Served as liaison between clinic and county/local law enforcement officials.
  • Request confidential information from law enforcement and mental health professionals.
  • Assisted County Law enforcement with psychiatric evaluations.
  • Frequent interface with law enforcement officials.
  • Worked closely with the Department of Children and Families, Law Enforcement, and other agencies to provide continuity of care.
  • Collaborated with members of law enforcement to facilitate acute trauma interventions to children and families at various types of crime scenes.
  • Interfaced routinely with emergency departments, law enforcement, community service boards, crisis stabilization units, and state hospitals.
  • Work in tandem with mental health and medical professionals as well as law enforcement to provide the best treatment option.
  • Screen potential referrals from community hospitals, other Henderson branches, law enforcement, courts, and voluntary persons.
  • Collaborated with other clinicians, law enforcement, external providers, and psychiatrists to provide services to clients.
  • Work closely with law enforcement, court system, and the community to investigate and detect child maltreatment.
  • Maintain relationships with law enforcement, Special Justices, shelters, hospital staff, ADC/JDC staff and community.
  • Work in collaboration with law enforcement, physicians, school personnel, counselors, and the judicial system.
  • Worked in collaboration with law enforcement, the county courts and service providers to ensure continuity of care.

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34. Child Abuse

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Here's how Child Abuse is used in Clinician jobs:
  • Provided child protection services by identifying and documenting child abuse and neglect and identified appropriate services.
  • Investigated reports of child abuse/neglect.
  • Developed treatment plans, documented clinical data, completed discharge summaries and referrals, completed reports of suspected child abuse.
  • Assist clients to reach their full potential by creating case plans to address family problems that contributed to child abuse.
  • Focused on strengthening families and preventing child abuse and neglect through collaboration with the Department of Children and Families.
  • Completed intake and discharge evaluations, monitored medications, and notified state officials about possible instances of child abuse.
  • Maintain professional standards regarding client rights, confidentiality policies, mandated child abuse reporting and duty to warn procedures.
  • Mandated reported working with Department of Children and Family Services to report suspected child abuse and neglect.
  • Investigate reports of child abuse, neglect and dependency and assess safety and well-being of children.
  • Evaluated reports of child abuse and neglect, and made recommendations to Court as appropriate.
  • Trained in HIPAA compliance, Child Abuse Reporting, Confidentiality and Limits to Confidentiality.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of patient rights, advanced directives, adult and child abuse laws.
  • Called psychiatric evaluation team when appropriate and reported child abuse as a mandated reporter.
  • Assessed families for service needs, investigated child abuse and neglect.
  • Conducted investigations of child abuse, neglect, and/or dependency.
  • Investigated child abuse reports; assessment and case planning provided.
  • Experience making child abuse reports.
  • De-escalated familial conflict and provided necessary interventions when cases of child abuse and neglect were involved.
  • Assessed crisis situations of suicidal thoughts and child abuse by intervening appropriately with emergency responders (PET teams and/or DCFS).
  • Reported suspected abuse, neglect and exploitation to the Child Abuse Hotline and to the proper authorities.

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35. DMH

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Here's how DMH is used in Clinician jobs:
  • Conducted DMH based individualized intakes/assessments by gathering information from client, family, and other involved agencies.
  • Meet productivity standards comply with all DMH documentation standards and participate in on call crisis intervention rotation.
  • Completed DMH paperwork in timely manner as well as exceeded monthly billing expectations consistently.
  • Served on Recovery Initiative Implementation Committee dedicated to training staff in DMHAS Recovery Model.
  • Provided evidenced based treatments at a DMH contracted setting in a multidisciplinary team.
  • Implemented DDCAT DMHAS/Dartmouth Practice Improvement Co-Occurring collaborative.
  • Provided all required DMH documentation.
  • Completed and maintained DMH documentation.
  • Document treatment within DMH requirements/regulations.
  • Completed DMH documentation as required.
  • Performed assessments and provided counseling to adults, adolescents and children in acute distress on a 24 hour DMH crisis team.
  • Collaborate with DYS, DCF, DMH and other area mental health agencies to provide the highest level of care possible.
  • Monitor and ensure that all team clinical records were in compliance with the DMHAS regulations and Agency policies and procedures.
  • Collaborate with interdisciplinary team and work closely with sending school districts and referral agencies, including DMH and DCF.
  • Document client s treatment, progress and the need for continuous mental health services in compliance with DMH requirements.
  • Conducted initial comprehensive assessment based upon DMH guidelines, on adults referred to CBFS through their DMH case manager.
  • Documented care and progress for clients on caseload and submitted quarterly and annual reports according to DMH guidelines.
  • Acted as liaison to families, inpatient unit, DMH, psychiatrists, and outside agencies as necessary.
  • Work to provide case management in conjunction with state agencies such as DMH/DCF/DYS, school districts and families.
  • Provided clinical consultation to collateral providers including schools, DMH, DCF, therapists and physicians.

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36. Adult Clients

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Here's how Adult Clients is used in Clinician jobs:
  • Meet on a regular basis with adult clients, utilizing psychotherapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, and dialectical behavioral therapy.
  • Provide individual and group psychotherapy to adult clients with psychiatric disabilities and substance abuse.
  • Required to conduct intake assessments of potential adult clients seeking residential substance abuse treatment.
  • Provided intensive individual therapy to adult clients affected by severe and chronic mental illnesses.
  • Conduct individual cognitive-behavioral therapy with child, adolescent, and adult clients.
  • Conducted weekly individual psychotherapy sessions with children and adult clients.
  • Provided individual psychotherapy to adult clients with psychiatric disabilities.
  • Developed a LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender) treatment group which included residential and outpatient adult clients.
  • Provided direct clinical services to adult clients with co-occurring substance abuse and mental health challenges at evening IOP level of care.
  • Conducted assessments, provided linkages to resources in the community, and discussed recommendations of adult clients with children ages 0-5.
  • Provided support and mental health services to adult clients and their families primarily in the client's natural environment.
  • Provide clinical treatment services to adult clients to assist them in their adjustment to the disease of addiction.
  • Provided therapy in the home for child, adolescent, and adult clients with a variety of diagnoses.
  • Provided brief- and long-term individual and family therapy to adult clients in community mental health outpatient setting.
  • Conducted Disability Evaluations with adult clients (i.e., WAIS, SCID, Mental Status Exams).
  • Managed a caseload upwards of 75 adult clients between the ages of 21 and 69.
  • Planned and implemented treatment for adult clients with disorders from traumatic brain injury and CVA.
  • Provided home based outpatient therapy to both children and adult clients of varying age ranges.
  • Screened, assessed, and performed intake of adult clients suffering from substance abuse.
  • Conducted therapy groups for adult clients in inpatient, residential, and partial programs.

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37. Weekly Basis

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Here's how Weekly Basis is used in Clinician jobs:
  • Participated in staffing on a weekly basis to assist in decision making regarding treatment and reunification options.
  • Provide clinical and administrative supervision to both clinical and recovery staff on a bi-weekly basis.
  • Provide formal individual therapy to all assigned individuals on a weekly basis.
  • Provided phonological awareness enrichment to all kindergarten students on a weekly basis.
  • Provide family therapy when clinically appropriate on a bi-weekly basis.
  • Present case conceptualizations in supervision on a weekly basis.
  • Conducted family therapy session on weekly basis.
  • Provided clients in the program with group therapy and coordinated with the psychiatrist on a weekly basis during clients medication appointments.
  • Group work includes Coping Skills, Substance Abuse, and Transitions, all of which meet on a weekly basis.
  • Meet with clients, one on one, on a weekly basis, to introduce concepts of Cognitive Behavior therapy.
  • Managed 4-5 clinicians and organized their work on a daily/weekly basis to deliver punctual and fluid service for patients.
  • Communicate with clients, families, and various team members on a weekly basis and more frequently as needed.
  • Conducted group therapy with caseload on a weekly basis focusing on improving social skills and problem solving skills.
  • Provide individual and family in home therapy to foster children and therapeutic clients on an ongoing weekly basis.
  • Provide individual/group counseling for autistic & emotional disturbed children in the school setting on a weekly basis.
  • Worked with children/youth ages 3 - 18 to provide individual and family therapy on a weekly basis.
  • Provided clinical assessments, diagnosis, and treatment planning for newly admitted clients on a weekly basis.
  • Collaborated with parents and other mental, behavioral and health care providers on a weekly basis.
  • Provide individual counseling on a weekly or bi-weekly basis for a variety of mental health disorders.
  • Provide the quantity of session assessed as needed and appropriately authorized on a weekly basis.

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38. Behavioral Issues

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Here's how Behavioral Issues is used in Clinician jobs:
  • Provide intensive individual therapeutic services to children and adolescents with psychological and behavioral issues in a residential treatment facility.
  • Provided school-based therapeutic services to children and adolescents referred for emotional and behavioral issues.
  • Coordinated and engaged with clients in cognitive behavioral activities, substantially decreasing behavioral issues.
  • Provide therapeutic counseling to ten children (ages 5-14) with mental and behavioral issues in an urban school setting.
  • Utilize clinical knowledge in assessing for mental, emotional and behavioral issues during the UAC's placement at facility.
  • Provide weekly in-home services to adolescents with autism spectrum disorders, intellectual disabilities, and behavioral issues.
  • Help establish a therapeutic milieu for children with emotional and behavioral issues in a public school setting.
  • Utilize TCI to address physical management of students who may need additional support in behavioral issues.
  • Provided Community-based support to client and client families with long term mental health and/or behavioral issues.
  • Checked facility for open window to crisis situation when severe mental health and behavioral issues arose.
  • Facilitated individual, group and family therapy with residential clients with mental health and behavioral issues.
  • Worked with at-risk adolescents and teens with behavioral issues and adults undergoing mental health treatment.
  • Provided parenting guidance counseling to address the child's inappropriate behavioral issues in the home.
  • Work daily with clients with different activities aimed to control or decrease behavioral issues.
  • Provide therapeutic support to children with mental and behavioral issues in a school setting.
  • Trained to respond quickly to crisis situations when emotional/ behavioral issues arose.
  • Provided individual and group therapy to high school students with behavioral issues.
  • Experience with depression, anxiety, behavioral issues, and parenting skills.
  • Provide group and individual therapy to children with severe behavioral issues.
  • Provide in-home services for adolescents with addiction and behavioral issues.

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39. Weekly Supervision

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Here's how Weekly Supervision is used in Clinician jobs:
  • Participate case management meetings upon requests as well as weekly supervision meetings with the Clinical Supervisor and in group supervision as required
  • Participated in weekly supervision and staffing to provide continuity of care and professional development.
  • Participate in weekly supervision and collaborative to determine effectiveness of dyadic sessions.
  • Participate in bi-weekly supervision to review interventions and discuss optimal treatment strategies.
  • Participated in weekly supervision provided by a licensed clinical social worker.
  • Attended weekly supervision meetings to improve performance and efficiency.
  • Participate in weekly supervision and clinical team meetings.
  • Participated in weekly supervision sessions requiring case presentations.
  • Participated in weekly supervision from two different supervisors.
  • Provide weekly supervision for therapeutic counselors and interns.
  • Received weekly supervision for individual and group therapy.
  • Participate in weekly supervision with licensed supervisor.
  • Participate in weekly consultation and weekly supervision.
  • Attend required training, weekly supervision meetings
  • Facilitate weekly supervisions with staff.
  • Participated in daily debrief sessions, weekly supervision, department, agency wide and other meetings, training and development opportunities.
  • Supervised clinicians and behavioral health workers (performance evaluations, weekly supervision, improvement plans, and disciplinary action).
  • Attended weekly supervision with supervisor, contributed to weekly staff meetings as needed, and completion of required training.
  • Mentored new teachers by teaching them about the mental health issues of our student population during weekly supervision meetings.
  • Discussed cases on weekly supervision and team meetings to provide and receive feedback to improve conceptualization and treatment.

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40. Collateral Contacts

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Here's how Collateral Contacts is used in Clinician jobs:
  • Initiated and maintained appropriate therapeutic linkage between staff and referral sources, collateral contacts and community resources.
  • Provided case management services as required, such as coordination of referrals and communication with collateral contacts.
  • Communicated with necessary collateral contacts, including hospital staff, insurance company representatives, and family members.
  • Collaborate with collateral contacts and other service providers to provide optimal clinical care.
  • Communicate with referral sources/collateral contacts regarding client progress verbally and in written form.
  • Managed collateral contacts, coordinated meetings and wrote placement summaries.
  • Coordinate case management services and treatment with collateral contacts.
  • Communicated with collateral contacts for achieving treatment goals.
  • Communicated with all authorized collateral contacts.
  • Maintained collateral contacts with other client providers
  • Conducted assessments of client needs through interviews, collateral contacts and other investigations and develops a casework plan with clients.
  • Coordinate with staff and collateral contacts in the development, implementation, and evaluation of client treatment and discharge plans.
  • Maintain clinical documentation including the development of treatment plans, quarterly reports, collateral contacts, and progress notes.
  • Completed assessments and treatment plans, maintained collateral contacts, attended treatment planning conferences, and provided outreach.
  • Consulted with collateral contacts regarding implementation of treatment plans in the Intensive Day Treatment and residential setting.
  • Meet agency quota of meeting with clients for individual therapy, group therapy, and collateral contacts.
  • Documented assessments, treatment plans, progress notes, and collateral contacts in electronic medical records system.
  • Communicated with patients, families, Emergency Department staff, on call psychiatrist and other collateral contacts.
  • Work closely with insurance providers, probation officers, EAP's and other collateral contacts.
  • Provide and coordinate home-based clinical case management and work alongside with client's collateral contacts.

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41. New Clients

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Here's how New Clients is used in Clinician jobs:
  • Provided professional psychological screening, crisis intervention, counseling and symptom management for new clients.
  • Performed intake assessment interviews gathering valuable information required to admit new clients into services.
  • Completed admission/documentation process with new clients entering the residential programs.
  • Prepared and presented new clients and client clinical progress to on-site psychiatrist and program directors in weekly psychiatric round meetings.
  • Complete face to face assessments and document on initial authorization sheets for all new clients at sight.
  • Completed mental health assessments and psychiatric diagnosis for all new clients in the Adult Outpatient Program.
  • Conduct face-to-face interviews with new clients to assess their needs for services and treatment planning.
  • Delivered sales presentations/proposals to new clients as well as current clients to procure/sustain their business.
  • Complete assessments of new clients, evaluating symptoms, diagnosis, and need for MHSS.
  • Completed Child and Adolescent Needs and Strengths (CANS) reports for new clients.
  • Assign new clients, and lead clinician meetings during the Manager's absence.
  • Completed Level II assessments of potential new clients on an as needed basis.
  • Provided evaluation, assessment, and diagnosis for new clients of clinic.
  • Conducted intake interviews of new clients and managed follow up meetings.
  • Conducted initial client interviews and assessed legal issues of new clients.
  • Perform initial assessments and evaluations of new clients and families.
  • Engaged with new clients to complete orientation and initial paperwork.
  • Completed intakes of new clients on an as needed basis.
  • Complete meet and greets prior to admission for new clients.
  • Conduct intakes of new clients referred by NYC Dept.

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42. Diverse Population

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Here's how Diverse Population is used in Clinician jobs:
  • Job Description: Perform psychiatric evaluations on a diverse population of individuals presenting in a psychiatric emergency room setting.
  • Provide culturally competent individual and family therapy to ethnically diverse population of children, adolescents and adults.
  • Work with culturally and economically diverse populations, handle sensitive and confidential information with discretion.
  • Provide diagnostic evaluations and supportive psychotherapy for a diverse population of nursing home residents.
  • Provided family therapy to a socioeconomically diverse population of adolescents and their families.
  • Provide individual and family therapy to diverse populations with developmental disabilities.
  • Provided individual psychotherapy and couples therapy to a diverse population.
  • Demonstrated cultural competence and sensitivity to the diverse population served.
  • Demonstrated ability to apply sound knowledge to diverse populations.
  • Provide community based outpatient services to a diverse population
  • Gained experience with diverse populations.
  • Experienced working with diverse populations.
  • Communicate effectively with diverse populations.
  • Provided individual assessment, treatment planning, and psychotherapy services to a culturally diverse population of teen males ages 11-17.
  • Provided assessment and diagnosis to a diverse population of persons seeking out patient treatment for emotional and substance abuse issues.
  • Supported diverse population of youth in accessing services in order to assist them in meeting their education and employment goals.
  • Provided patient care for a diverse population which included drawing blood, starting IVs, and taking X-rays.
  • Co-facilitated Engagement and Motivation Training for ROCC staff designed to meet the needs of culturally diverse populations.
  • Conduct individual, group, and family counseling at three clinics serving diverse populations including Veterans.
  • Manage a case load of 50 clients from a socially, emotionally and culturally diverse population.

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43. Medical Staff

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Here's how Medical Staff is used in Clinician jobs:
  • Collaborated with emergency department medical staff to determine appropriate disposition of patients who are experiencing a mental health/substance abuse crisis.
  • Worked with psychiatrist and medical staff to ensure seamless delivery of psychiatric services to population
  • Collaborated with emergency room medical staff and on-call psychiatrist to determine appropriate disposition plans.
  • Worked in cooperation with interdisciplinary and medical staff to provide exceptional patient care.
  • Collaborated with medical staff and social workers on medical units and Emergency Department.
  • Assist medical staff in managing patients undergoing Withdrawal Management.
  • Communicate with medical staff regarding treatment options.
  • Worked collaboratively with medical staff serving clients.
  • Worked collaboratively with administrative and medical staff.
  • Provided outreach on campus, interfacing with concerned student bodies, faculty and staff; collaborated with psychiatry and medical staff.
  • Collaborate with medical staff, dependency court, judges, social workers, teachers and community agencies to increase client success.
  • Required strong communication with the Administrative, Security, and Medical Staff of the institution to provide continuity of care.
  • Collaborated with the Medical Director, other medical staff, and case managers to provide quality care to the client.
  • Worked as part of a multidisciplinary team involving case managers, medical staff, and a peer support recovery specialist.
  • Take an active role with referral sources to provide a positive perception of SUN Behavioral Kentucky and affiliated medical staff
  • Partner with medical staff in coordinating proper steps to ensure safety of patients, staff, and visitors.
  • Collaborated with Kaiser's mental health and medical staff to fully understand client's medical and psychological history.
  • Coordinate care with other clinical and medical staff as necessary, and as directed per Multidisciplinary Treatment Pans.
  • Collaborated with mental health team, medical staff, and police to secure client's safety and welfare.
  • Consulted with various community stakeholders; law enforcement, medical staff, family members and/or support network.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Clinician

Group Therapy Sessions25.6%
Treatment Plans17%
Crisis Intervention12.9%
Mental Health Services12.4%
Intake Assessments5.8%
Substance Abuse5%
Clinical Supervision4%
Community Resources2.9%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Clinician

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Group Therapy Sessions
Group Therapy Sessions
22.9%
22.9%
2
2
Treatment Plans
Treatment Plans
15.3%
15.3%
3
3
Crisis Intervention
Crisis Intervention
11.6%
11.6%
4
4
Mental Health Services
Mental Health Services
11.1%
11.1%
5
5
Intake Assessments
Intake Assessments
5.2%
5.2%
6
6
Substance Abuse
Substance Abuse
4.5%
4.5%
7
7
Clinical Supervision
Clinical Supervision
3.6%
3.6%
8
8
Community Resources
Community Resources
2.6%
2.6%
9
9
Safety Plans
Safety Plans
2.4%
2.4%
10
10
Trauma
Trauma
2.2%
2.2%
11
11
Anger Management
Anger Management
1%
1%
12
12
Staff Members
Staff Members
0.9%
0.9%
13
13
Clinical Staff
Clinical Staff
0.9%
0.9%
14
14
Appropriate Referrals
Appropriate Referrals
0.9%
0.9%
15
15
Medication Management
Medication Management
0.8%
0.8%
16
16
DBT
DBT
0.8%
0.8%
17
17
Service Plans
Service Plans
0.8%
0.8%
18
18
Appropriate Level
Appropriate Level
0.7%
0.7%
19
19
DCF
DCF
0.7%
0.7%
20
20
Crisis Management
Crisis Management
0.7%
0.7%
21
21
Domestic Violence
Domestic Violence
0.7%
0.7%
22
22
Adhd
Adhd
0.6%
0.6%
23
23
Social Workers
Social Workers
0.6%
0.6%
24
24
Insurance Companies
Insurance Companies
0.6%
0.6%
25
25
Risk Assessments
Risk Assessments
0.6%
0.6%
26
26
IEP
IEP
0.6%
0.6%
27
27
Probation Officers
Probation Officers
0.6%
0.6%
28
28
Relapse Prevention
Relapse Prevention
0.6%
0.6%
29
29
Patient Care
Patient Care
0.6%
0.6%
30
30
Dual Diagnosis
Dual Diagnosis
0.5%
0.5%
31
31
Ptsd
Ptsd
0.5%
0.5%
32
32
Counsel
Counsel
0.5%
0.5%
33
33
Law Enforcement
Law Enforcement
0.4%
0.4%
34
34
Child Abuse
Child Abuse
0.4%
0.4%
35
35
DMH
DMH
0.4%
0.4%
36
36
Adult Clients
Adult Clients
0.3%
0.3%
37
37
Weekly Basis
Weekly Basis
0.3%
0.3%
38
38
Behavioral Issues
Behavioral Issues
0.3%
0.3%
39
39
Weekly Supervision
Weekly Supervision
0.3%
0.3%
40
40
Collateral Contacts
Collateral Contacts
0.3%
0.3%
41
41
New Clients
New Clients
0.3%
0.3%
42
42
Diverse Population
Diverse Population
0.3%
0.3%
43
43
Medical Staff
Medical Staff
0.3%
0.3%

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